U.S. Cellular Desire

  • U.S. Cellular Desire
89
Based on 78 scores, 126 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    49
  • Good:
    26
  • Average:
    3
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Excellent Browser, WiFi, 3G & GPS Support, Comes with Android 2.2 (Froyo), Beautiful Large AMOLED Display, Looks Great
  • Nice screen; decent camera; Sense user interface; uses latest Android OS.
  • Fast performance. Sharp, responsive screen. Attractive hardware design. Refined HTC Sense UI layer. Smooth, colorful video playback. Reasonable US Cellular plan pricing.

Cons:

  • Average Camera, Disappointing BatteryLife, No Sound Customization Options
  • Pricey.

Expert reviews and ratings

By GadgetReview on 80

Names say a lot about who we are, or what something is. It’s just a simple one or two words which identifies everything, without defining. And yet, a weird name arouses suspicion, ridicule, laughter, and many other instantaneous reactions. That...

By ITP.net on 80

The HTC Desire is a great looking Android device thats fun to use but its limited battery life hurts its overall appeal....

By PCWorld India on 83

The HTC Desire is the top-of-the-line HTC smartphone and comes with Android 2.2....

By LetsGoMobile on 80

T he HTC Desire is, as we are used to by now with HTC, a powerful all-round Android Smartphone. With the HTC Sense look&feel, it is a true HTC, and one that uses the Android operating system. This equips the Phone with a good Internet browser,...

By TechCentral on 80

There is a lot to like about the HTC Desire. It has handy widgets, the Sense user interface is fun to use, and the smartphone runs on the latest Android 2.2 which has a lot of nifty new functions. On the downside, the design is a little bland and the...

By PC Mag on 90

The Android 2.1-powered HTC Desire is indeed desirable, with a robust feature set, a mature and attractive user interface, and plenty of multimedia goodness....

By Whathifi.com on 80

No doubting the value here:'s Desire costs comfortably less than its rivals SIM-free, and great contract deals abound. But it's no economy special: sporting a 3.7in OLED screen and Android 2.1 (for now), it's exceptionally powerful and...

By TechTree on 80

The HTC Desire is priced at Rs. 26,000. Overall it is an excellent device. It looks and feels great, the display is brilliant and I loved the browser and the general speed of the interface. None of the flaws with the device are deal breakers. The...

By LaptopMag on 70

U.S. Cellular answers the call for a sleek Android phone while packing in plenty of speed and a vivid Super LCD...

By Android Police on

What's To LoveGorgeous stylingDevice feels nice in the hand and fits well in the pocketResponsive and speedy UIMinimal bloatwareSharp display resolutionWhat's To HateAndroid 2.2 FroYo isn't here yetCamera is a nightmareNo front-facing camera...

By Tech2 on 70

ConnectivityThe Desire is well equipped for connectivity and thanks to Froyo one more addition was provided - 3G sharing via Wi-Fi so your handset becomes a Wi-Fi hot-spot for your laptop or any other device. Bluetooth with A2DP and USB 2.0 are part...

By The Review Crew on

The HTC Desire is a solid addition to Canadas Android lineup. The blazing fast processor makes for an enjoyable user experience as does HTCs Sense UI. The phone fits comfortably in your hand and feels like a quality handset. If there was...

By PhoneDog on

When the Desire was announced in February, I was hoping that a US variant would follow. Fast forward seven months, and it's finally here, available on US Cellular beginning on August 27th for $199.99 after rebate. Though time has passed and new...

By Android Central on

It took half a year, but, finally, the HTC Desire has come to America. Announced at Mobile World Congress in February 2010, the Desire -- codenamed the Bravo -- brought an all-new interface -- Sense -- to Android 2.1, all tucked into a phone that...

By ElectricPig.co.uk on 100

A commendable update by HTC at a commendable...

By PCWorld India on

We think the HTC Desires the best Android phone period. A highly impressive design, a superb, customizable user interface and all the features and capabilities of the latest version of Android combine to produce an excellent smartphone. It will...

By Evergeek on 80

Following in the footsteps of HTC's earlier Android offerings is no easy task. Both the Nexus One and HTC Legend are devices that have garnered rave reviews amongst critics, and the HTC Desire shares a great deal in common with its predecessors in...

By cnet on 83

Sleek and fast, the HTC Desire is not only U.S. Cellular's best Android device but the carrier's best smartphone to...

By ausdroid.net on

The & are the two best Android Devices out on the market at the moment, so we decided to put them up against each other to give you an idea of which is better at what. If you have anything you would like to know that isn’t covered in this brief...

By AsiaOne on

SO THE iPhone 4 is coming to Singapore soon.You want one, right? Yes? No? Maybe?If your answer is the third one, you might be asking "what are my other smartphone options?" Consider the HTC Desire.It runs on Google's Android 2.1 platform,...